About Nectar Mattresses
Nectar is one of the fastest growing mattress brands, and it’s easy to see why. Nectar believes that better sleep makes all the difference for a happier life, and their mattresses are specifically designed with this very idea in mind. Their mission is to give you more beneficial sleep, night after night. Since their founding in 2002, Nectar’s focus has been to bring the magic of better sleep to everyone.
Nectar mattresses are made from premium materials for a better sleep experience. By working closely with their production facilities around the world, they source only the highest quality materials for their mattresses. One example of these is gel memory foam. Gently cradling from head-to-toe, the gel memory foam layer in a Nectar mattress lends consistent support, enveloping ease, and minimal motion transfer.
Pressure relief is one of the most important factors to consider when buying a new mattress, and Nectar designs their mattresses with this key point in mind. The gel memory foam molds to pressure points instead of resisting, allowing you to sleep in greater comfort. In addition, gel memory foam stores less heat than traditional memory foam, meaning you’ll sleep cooler while getting the pressure relief you need.
Your Options with Nectar
Everyone has different needs when it comes to comfort and sleep. If medium comfort with a traditional memory foam feel is what you’re after, try the Classic Memory Foam Mattress. For a plusher experience, the Premier Memory Foam Mattress won’t disappoint. A firmer comfort feel often benefits back sleepers, and the Premium Copper Memory Foam Mattress adds just enough. In addition, it includes cooling features like copper fibers for temperature regulation. With competitive prices for most budgets, there’s sure to be a Nectar mattress you’ll love.
What Else You Should Know About Nectar
Nectar mattresses are made with the very best certified flexible foam to provide optimal cushion and support. With a Nectar mattress, there’s never any ozone depletors, PBDEs, TDCPP, mercury, or lead involved. Furthermore, just because Nectar mattresses come as a Bed in a Box doesn’t mean you’re on your own. City Mattress offers free local delivery and setup with every mattress we sell, including a Bed in a Box.
Learn More About Nectar Mattresses - FAQ
Where are Nectar mattresses made?
Nectar mattresses are made in China.
Is Nectar a good mattress?
Yes! Nectar mattresses are made from premium memory foams that provide outstanding pressure relief.
How thick is a Nectar mattress?
The Classic is approximately 11 inches thick. The Premier measures approximately 13 inches thick. Lastly, the Premium Copper is about 14 inches thick.
Does a Nectar mattress need a box spring?
While you don’t have to use a box spring with your Nectar mattress, we recommend a foundation, be it a box spring, a bunkie board, or an adjustable bed base. This helps to support your Nectar mattress and extend its usable life.
How long does a Nectar mattress last?
Your Nectar mattress should last for at least seven years. How you care for it, your body weight, and a variety of other factors can affect the life of any mattress. A great thing about Nectar, though, is that their mattresses come with a lifetime warranty, so there is nothing to worry about!
How is a Nectar mattress different from other all-foam mattresses?
The transition layer of Adaptive Hi-Core memory foam gives the Nectar more bounce than many all-foam bed-in-a-box models. This makes it easier to move on the bed.
Can I sleep on my Nectar mattress without the cover?
No, Nectar does not recommend sleeping on the mattress without the cover. In fact, stains and other signs of liquid damage can void any mattress warranty.
What are Nectar mattresses made of?
Nectar mattresses are eco-friendly! They are made from sustainable wood cellulose, which is then turned into a super-small fiber foam that is both breathable and comfy. This makes for a super cool and breathable sleep.
How do I clean my Nectar mattress cover?
You can spot clean Nectar's cover with a safe, mild detergent or hand soap. To help protect the integrity of your mattress and its components, it is not recommended to remove the cover, neither do they recommend submerging it in water.